"Heartland Warrior" Michele Bachmann is surging in the polls after announcing her candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012 — and Newsmax magazine takes an in-depth look at her meteoric rise in political circles.
Newsmax's feature "Rise of a True Believer" charts Bachmann's rapid ascent from federal tax attorney to conservative stay-at-home mom to GOP congresswoman and founder of the Tea Party Caucus.
It's a rise that has taken Washington by surprise, bedeviled established Republican powerbrokers, and now threatens business-as-usual in the nation's capital.
In an exclusive Newsmax interview, the three-term lawmaker — who has been called the "gold standard" of grassroots conservatism — says Washington is a "corrupt paradigm of government, whereby votes continually are bought rather than representatives voting the will of their constituents. That's the voice that's been missing at the table in Washington, D.C. — the people's voice.
"And that's what this election is going to be about — who gets to be at that table."
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Included in Newsmax magazine's "Rise of a True Believer" report:
- The left's "well-orchestrated campaign" to destroy Bachmann
- Bachmann's surprising Jimmy Carter connection
- The liberal blueblood who triggered her political epiphany
- How Bachmann became a foster parent — to 23 children
- Why Bachmann is called "America's Thatcher"
- Ken Blackwell's strategy for Bachmann's campaign
- Bachmann's charge: Obama is a "complete fraud"
- Michele's Minnesota milestone in the House
- The school assignment that led to her entry into politics
- Geithner's "outright blatant lies" on the debt ceiling
- Bachmann's "asterisk" on Rep. Paul Ryan's Medicare plan
- What Bachmann learned working for the IRS
- Why we could "lose the nation for the next generation"
- The congresswoman's "riveting" experience with a Capitol painting
- The key to putting Americans back to work
- Why Bachmann "terrorizes" the left
- The "conundrum" Americans face in politics
- Bachmann's outspoken support for Prime Minister Netanyahu
- How America can be "on top of the world again"
- And more
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- Meet the candidates: Herman Cain
- Guns in America — by the numbers
- The Rx for Romneycare
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- Ben Stein: Obama's failed promises
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